Multimedia Presentations

Life in a Rain Forest Tree Top

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Duration:
5 minutes

Four scientist/tree climbers explore the diversity of life found in the canopy of a 400-year old Douglas fir.

 

Olympic National Park BioBlitz Dance

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Duration:
2 minutes, 26 seconds

Boys and Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles High School Environmental Science Class and Olympic National Park staff and volunteers do the BioBlitz Dance in several locations around Olympic National Park!

Music: Bird Machine feat Alesia by DJ Snake

Film by NPS/Christeal Milburn

 

Volunteer and Be Inspired

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Duration:
3 minutes, 16 seconds

Eight teenagers from around the country backpack along the wild Olympic coast for two weeks. Their mission: to collect as much marine debris as they can pack out on their backs. Their story is one of partnership, stewardship and inspiring volunteerism.

"This trip has influence how I'm going to live the rest of my life. I already miss the beach."

Produced by NPS/Heather Stephens

 

Volunteer and Be Inspired at Olympic National Park

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Duration:
15 minutes, 59 seconds

A more in-depth look at our volunteer marine-debris crews from summer 2015.

Eight teenagers from around the country backpack along the wild Olympic coast for two weeks. Their mission: to collect as much marine debris as they can pack out on their backs. Their story is one of partnership, stewardship and inspiring volunteerism.

"This trip has influence how I'm going to live the rest of my life. I already miss the beach."

Produced by NPS/Heather Stephens

 

The Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain

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Duration:
12 minutes, 24 seconds

The Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain is a wordless love letter to Olympic National Park created by student filmmaker Eliza Goode. The film was shot over a period of a couple of months during the fall of 2014 and January 2015. Goode made the film for her final thesis project for her MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University. Original music for the film was scored and performed by Washington-based band Rabbit Wilde. 

 
 
NCCSLN
Produced by North Coast and Cascades Science Learning Network

National Parks are our national treasures, which protect living, breathing ecosystems and the cultural history of the American public. Whether monitoring natural ecosystems or studying historic sites, national park scientists are stewards of our nation's crown jewels. Working unobtrusively and mostly out of sight, park scientists do the rigorous science needed to document park ecological health and to conserve historical riches. Science Minute Movies profile staff in eight Pacific Northwest national parks and offer behind-the-scenes looks at science in action.
 
Removal of Glines Canyon Dam.
Restoring the Elwha River Webisode Series
This series of webisodes, produced by Wings over Watersheds, chronicles the removal of the Elwha Dam and Glines Canyon Dam - the largest dam removal project in United States history.

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